The stout, narrow plank that forms the top of the bulwarks.
The light, fencelike structures of wood or metal at the break of the deck, and elsewhere where such protection is needed.
The side of the surfboard. Used for turning on (like in skiing)
The outside edge of the sk8board and the plastic strips (old skool) on the underside of the deck.
The sharp angle between the flat hull and the deck of a surf kayak. Really the gunwale line. A slalom kayak has the softest of rails. Surf kayaks have hard rails.
The outer edge of the deck
There are tow rails on a snowboard; each comprised of a sidewall and an edge.
The edge of the board is the rail. A rounded edge is a soft rail and a sharp edge is a hard rail.
timber plank on top of the gunwale along the sides of the vessel.
The edge of a surfboard where the deck wraps around to meet the bottom; usually used to describe the lower half of the edge. * see illustration
The edge of the poker table.
The edge or sides of the board.
the edge of the skateboard, also, plastic strips attached to the board’s underside.
The edge of the board. Also refers to plastic strips attached to the underside of the board.
The side of a snowboard comprised of the sidewall and edge.
A shot hit close to and parallel to the sidewalls - that is, down the line or alley; a power drive hit for length.
The sides of your surfboard, running from nose to tail and back again.
the sides of the surfboard
Peripheral edge of the ski.
top edge of bulwarks
The edge of a boat's deck.